Haig: A Re-Appraisal 80 Years On

Brian Bond, Nigel Cave

Field Marshal Earl Haig's reputation continues to arouse as much interest and controversy as ever. This volume represents the collaboration of two leading historical societies. Leading historians have produced a comprehensive and fascinating study of the most significant and frequently debated aspects of Haig's momentous career.
Date Published :
April 2009
Publisher :
Pen and Sword
Language:
English
Format Available    QuantityPrice
Paperback
ISBN : 9781844158874
Pages : 288
Dimensions : 9 X 6 inches
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Overview
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Field Marshal Earl Haig's reputation continues to arouse as much interest and controversy as ever. This volume represents the collaboration of two leading historical societies, The British Commission for Military History and The Douglas Haig Fellowship. Leading historians have produced a comprehensive and fascinating study of the most significant and frequently debated aspects of Haig's momentous career.

About The Author
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Brian Bond has earned an international reputation as a military historian. He has lectured widely in Europe, The United States, Canada and Japan. His numerous books include: War and Society in Europe, 1870-1970 (1984); The Pursuit of Victory from Napoleon to Saddam Hussein (1996); The Unquiet Western Front: Britain’s Role in Literature and History (2002); and Britain’s Two World Wars against Germany (2014).Brian Bond spent most of his teaching career at King’s College, London (1966-2001) where he became Professor of Military History. He was educated at Worcester College, Oxford and was later a Visiting Fellow at Brasenose and All Souls colleges there.He was President of the British Commission for Military History from 1986 to 2006.He has been fortunate enough to spend nearly all his life in one beautiful village; namely Medmenham in the Thames Valley.

Nigel Cave is the founder editor of the Battleground Europe series; his association with the Company goes back some thirty years.

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